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April 12th & 13th, 2024

A Pilgrimage Tour of Historic Homes

April in Talladega exists to showcase our city's rich history and the architecture unique to our three National Historic Districts. All proceeds are used for historic preservation purposes. These monies have been used for restoration of the Ritz Theater facade and sign, improvement of facades of the Ritz's adjacent buildings, enhancements to the Chamber of Commerce building, restoration and exhibits at Heritage Hall, improvements to the Hall of Heroes, tree planting projects in the historic district, home owner grants programs, and improvements to Palmer Place.

There are few places that have the history that we have here in Talladega, from the founding of our town with the history of the Creek Indians and Andrew Jackson, to its plantation antebellum days, to the founding of Talladega College by former slaves, to its fame with the Chautaqua Performing Arts time at the turn of the century and the hub that Talladega was for the state of Alabama as 22 trains a day came through town. We have much to show off, talk about, and of which to be proud!

  • April in Talladega 2024
    April in Talladega 2024
    Fri, Apr 12
    Talladega, AL
    Apr 12, 2024, 10:00 AM – Apr 13, 2024, 8:00 PM
    Talladega, AL, 1 Court Sq S, Talladega, AL 35160, USA
    Beautiful historic properties, delicious food, live music, and spring time merriment!
Tickets can be purchased online or in person at:
Ritz Theatre
Heritage Hall
Greater Talladega/Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce

2023 Detailed Schedule of Events

2023 Pilgrimage Schedule

Click here for a printable schedule of events, along with a walking tour map. See all events below!
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2024 Schedule
Coming Soon!



"It has been said that, at its best, preservation engages the past in a conversation with the present over a mutual concern for the future."

--William Murtagh, first Keeper of the National Register for Historic Places



"The past is not the property of historians; it is a public possession. It belongs to anyone who is aware of it, and it grows by being shared."

--William Murtagh, first Keeper of the National Register for Historic Places

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